Yo big ups to everyone involved with Beatmann Supreme! What a night, nothing but ill tunes and good vibes. Respect to my homies and mentors in the art of DJing & Diggin: Kutfather, L-Dula, Charlie Rock, Steven Flex, Question, Danny Dan the Beatmann, Mr. Supreme, & the homie Marsellus Wallace! Ain’t nothin new, just carrying on the tradition of Hip-Hop.
Here are some links to download the sets from the night (click on the DJ):
This will be our 9th year in business….funny I dunno how but I lost count and thought this was our 8th….Its been a minute….Big ups to Mark Cruz aka DJ Style aka Question for hooking up the logo. Its a timeless classic I think Ima have to bring it back….
Yambu, the whole LP is solid! Bought this from SD’s own L-Dula bck in ‘07, find it!!!
Sweet and sunny 70s Latin – the standout album from Yambu, a pretty hip group! The group’s mostly a jazz-based one – and works with percussion from direction Milton Hamilton to forge a sound that’s cleaner and more stripped-down than a lot of other groups at the time. There’s some strong trumpet and trombone solos on the set, and a few cuts feature vocals by Rafy Puente – but most of the grooves are instrumental.
Bought this back in ‘07 @ M-theory, the homie Still Life recommended this gem, real soulful music….(CLICK PIC)
Not to be confused with the French techno band or the R&B band from the late ’80s. Air was one of the groups featured on Herbie Mann’s Embryo label, a jazz/rock imprint of Atlantic from the early 1970s. It featured Googie Coppola on vocals.
Study: Alcohol Is More Dangerous than Crack and Heroin
A new study in the British medical journal Lancet has determined alcohol is a more dangerous drug than both crack and heroin when the combined harms to the user and to others are assessed. The scientists rated alcohol the most harmful overall and almost three times as harmful as cocaine or tobacco. The World Health Organization estimates that risks linked to alcohol cause 2.5 million deaths a year from heart and liver disease, road accidents, suicides and cancer. The scientists assessed damage according to nine criteria on harm to the user and seven criteria on harm to others. Drugs were then scored out of 100, with 100 given to the most harmful drug and zero indicating no harm at all. The scientists found alcohol was most harmful, with a score of 72, followed by heroin with 55 and crack with 54. Marijuana was given a score of 20.